Oct 27, 2012 8:30 PM by Forecaster Claire Anderson
Tonight we will be seeing some snow flurries around Central Montana and those will stay with us into tomorrow morning.
Snow chances have pretty much diminished tonight for most areas, only the light dusting of snow for most areas.
A cold air mass will move under a warmer air mass tonight, and this will cause a potential for light snow and freezing rain after midnight into tomorrow morning.
There is not expected to be a lot ice Sunday morning, but with the freezing rain and light snow it will create for slippery road ways.
Snow for the mountains tonight is expected to be up to 5 inches, and in the north part of the state one to two inches is possible.
Winds will increase over night and breezy conditions will continue in central Montana tomorrow and Monday.
Some drier weather will be with us by mid week and temperatures warming up into the 60's.